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DEATH IN DIRTY WATER. EE. AT Drinking Water ,jn Septem- ber Apt to Be Impure. TONIGHT MAHARA'S MINSTRELS WITH A COMPLETE CHANGE Of PROGRAM MONDAY THURSDAY A Millionaire Merchants Fair MMTMLI MANAMA'S Tramp Many People Use FRIDAY SATURDAY NEXT SUNDAY The Wedding Day The Holy Holden to Prevent III Pe-ru-- na Results. Brothers City TONIGHT. irmimii By special Msharaa mlaatreia will give another oerform-w- e at the Grand tonight, rkming their engagement. a eoleu: rhaaga of program u ananuaeed. DEATH OF A MINSTREL. Thoaa who sal In the audience Iht Grand laal night little at of the s'nwwphere f ginoni which cn-- i eloped the henna of the member of Mahsia'n minaireUi aa they assumed lhir various roles of Jollity and mirth. J. J. Hill, basso, who had been nano elated will! them for four eora. had died Friday pt Ixigan after hut a few da ya" Jliaeaa. When the aad newa reached the company. the members oveh whelmed the manage, meat with offers of financial assistance toward tha iraniionaMna of the body of the dead niinaircl hark to his bume in tha earn, Mr. Hill possessed a baas voice of marvelona depth and range, and, bad bla color been different, would have held hia own among the greaiem the world haa known. Manager Mahara. aa tht all of hla rompauy, deeply feela the lust that Ur. Hill'a ' dreaiiHMl A Mr. R. A. Pooliltlc, 25S Eaat 2nd atreet, Corning, X, Y writes: I rsn not apeak too highly of IVruua, a a tonic and catarrh care In whatever form, or w herever located. T hod a great deal of trouble with mjr bowel and Vernna eared me. ' My son w aa very low with catarrh of the atomach and after doctoring fur seven weeks ha was wore than whan wa began. Tha doctor did not aecm to understand hie caaa. lie commenced using lVruna, w hiuh helped him right along and he waa aooa at work again. I bare recommended Parana lo several of my f rienria, who have been afflicted and they have been cured.1 . the put the system in snrh a condition as to resist tha action of dlaeaaa germ. A multitude of people have come to is apt to he polluted. To supply water to a large number of rely upon Pcraue tu do this very thing. Parana produce dean, healthy people, rivers and lakes must neoes mucoua membrane. Theev protect the srily be drawn upon. men is These places become more or less internal organa from the encroach of disease. stagnant during September, Hence the Ierun produces a regular, vigorous water is impure. of the blood. This give circulation of Is a The mult Typhoid vl tali to withstand tha prevalence depressing inly fever and bowel dineaua. The natural and surest remedy is to fluences of September weather. la tbla way tha ayatem la fortified change from polluted to pore drinking mgalnat the Inevitable aeaaon of dry water. low reaervaira aad Uagamat weather, This cannot always he done, however. water, Many people are wholly dependent upon M r. Biles vigil, Berthoud, Col., write s such drinking water as the city may My boy (F.lin), 14 months old, was furnish. , sick with laflammatloa at the bowel Their systems are therefore contami- for over a month. I tried a good many medicines, but nated with disease germs. Some of the people so contaminated fall easy prey he seemed to go from bad to worse, unto disease. Such people are those who til I oaf nearly all hopeot hit recovery. At that critical moment I wrote to happen to be in a weakened condition, or who are Buffering from alight ca- you about hie ease. I followed your tarrhal conditions of the mucous mem- special treatment to tbo letter and it acted wonderfully and quickly. branes of the bowels. In three days wa had the pleasure Therefore it follows that in eases of seeing him smile for tha first time in where the use of contaminated water a month. Feguna i our favorite mediia unavoidable, tho nest best thing is to cine uow.n KINO tho month of September DTdrinking water, especially of cities, art-iat- untimely deat COLLIER'S haa emallml. ORESSER DISCUSSES COLLIER. That one meat live with a man .10 know hint la a e If evident truth aa old aa the philosophy of Coufuriu. Aerepllng that aa true, the recent word of Mr. William Collier's dreaaer - nr more euphoniously oipreeaad, his ta carry weight and raat ralet a strung eldellgbt on the Inner life of the young comedian ehfla ha la dtvral-eof hla dmmallc toggery. "Little thlnga go to ahnw the character. or Inch of If, In a man, and an one la mara randy to observe It than a serving ms a." said this dreaaer. "I THREE SONGBIRDS ght d t ham hoes oSciattng aa maa to many notable gentlemen la mv time. Mr. ('oilier In tha It rat gentlnmaa with whoaa 1 ham come la contact wh dht wet make me feel like a bunded servant. 1 have been with him a number of yearn. ' Wbi)c there haa been 1 Polluted Reservoir. remain silent In one another's company without feeling at all III at rase. t4r 'oilier la nd reacting in tho painful degree that afflicts mane artont. It la not a trial to the hardest, task for him. He la exacting. seven heleaa, tu hla n:luida. : Hla dreaalug room must lie In order; hla clot he must he hung lit the same rota I Ion every night, and hla different palia of atioca on the flour, each Just muter the iwrliciilar atilt h la to wrar In a particular nceuc. pei-fer- IN THE WED9ING , DAY.1 In a tiaucc Iravellng suit and street shoes; fur the second art he must an make cnUrt) change of dress and to patent leathers. He made the wearing apparel change nil right. I merely assisting him with bla coal. As I slipped on hla ahts-- s and started to I sett them he slnoped down to ntc anil said: I'll do lhal irst-lf- . iny hoi, Xu man Is good tiuuigh tu have another man lace his shoes' and ihls In the nervous lemduu of s flr.it night V THE ROYAL CHEF. "The not I C'lu'f. I he great' New York and ( 'hies so musical stircesa. Is t snuuiiiieed tu upM-athe (irttud This mimical plsy atsninila in si oi music of a high ttriler. while the atorr Is one of the most Interesting spd novel ever written for the bach ground of iiitikleal runtedy. In song hits The Hoys; Chef" Is specially prolific, and from the list of them, and there arc no less than twenty. It Is wholly a matter of Individual opinion which is the single and thn most wblsll.v. They Inrliidn "It's a Way They Have In Chicago.' When Old Uloiy Fluata from Every where." "Tale of a Tailless Frog." ''11 Me Go Jlaeh.r "I'd Like to Break My Way' Into oclmv." "Maltiew and lluv Kissing Hug.'' "Would Yon if You Were I?" ."O llelllyT In the Morning," What, Color of Kyea Do You Isive Heal?" etc. Tha.v range In iheme from (he serious JO the comic, from the sentimental to Jhe patriotic. Messrs, tfltnldard and Taylor hare furnished good vere. while Ben M.' Jerome's music la of the kind that-yo- n rarry with you from tha playhouse and hunt on your way home.' Must product Inna ate deemed fortunate in possessing i wo or three pongs that bit the popular fancy, while nearly every me of the 'Thef's has caught on and la In great vogue. It Is declared that not since the days of Pave Rraham has such descriptive fnelotliea been woven around songs thkt hare won I he popularity of ihoae creased bvBen .M. Jerome for The Royal Chef." r t ( FLORENCE MISS HARRIS, A PRETTY AND TALENTED MEMBER MINSTRELS. little or no intimacy between ua -- and what little haa passed has been purely Of a business nature yet there la an glr about Mr. ('oilier at all times when we are alone that sets aside all strained relations and causes me to realise that the hnmaa race baa reach-- d that ooodition where It may ho said that only renlly true friends can OF MANAMA'S ftdller delights In do lltl. petty greatnesses thst in th msclvea mu tin amount, to much, ve Indlcste his depth of thought and consideration at nil times. An Incident or this hull occurred on the opening night or one of bis former plats In New York, and which I relate only to Illustrate my point. Mr. Collier makes his flrt nMr. Grand Opera House R. ALEXANDER GRANT, Manager fL Special Announcement TONIGHT J i By Special Arrangement MAHARAS MINSTRELS 1 1 a give a performance Complete change of Program WH PRICES I 25c, 50c and 75c ROBERTS, Alt bon ah "Tho Rirength' of the Weak will he used by Florence Roberts on her forthcoming lour, which begins gt ihe Bn util street theater. Philadelphia. Reptemher IT, John Cnrt has purchased the Mile American rights to Marlu Hosa. a nshv modern play lu three ads by Angef Gnlniera. and which was translated iiy Wallace GIMpBtrick anil (iuldo Marburg Marls Rosa'' will have Its first prisluctloa when Mias Roberta begins her second New York engagement neat January. She will Interpret the title role, lhal of a young Catallne peasant woman. The locale of the play la situated In Cataluna. The Wadding Day" to Ba Rtndertd Hart by tha Salt Laka Opera Ce, Few traveling companies have morn friends In this city than the Ba't opera company . whose visits come all tuo rarely. They ate buck for one more engagement m ihe night of the lint. when they will render the opera of "The Wedding Day." with Emnt Lucy Gates, .lutin' IT- Spencer. Agatha Berkhoel. George .D. P.vper. Edna Dwyer. Fred Graham. H. 8. Ensign 'and' many others in the cast. Prof. J. J. McClellan will direct tha enthca. larged orchestra of the Salt ter, and their usual big cbnrua will be special features Following Is the - cast; .Miss Emma LucC Gate Mias Agatha Bcrkhnel Madam Monthaznn. .Miss Edna Dwyer Aunt Hortense. . Miss Margaret Harley .. Mile. Repee. . . . Mrs. Heslse Browning Mile. Yillier Mias Ulllau Hudson Mile. Varney.... Mlsa Minnie Klngdon Mile. Counrey Miss Ruth Wilson J. d. Spnecci Polycop Raoul George D. Pyper Due de Bouillon. . . .Hugh W. Dougail Fred C. Graham Planchpite H. S. Ensign Sergeant Souffle ;..r. D. Gwen Pi made V H. Kelwfn ''lx: (I Bent i.i JOHN D. SPENCER, IN THE WEDDING DAY.' COMEDIAN, t . Ihe arch. "A Jew In yellow robe, with black velvet bat. pamiea In aa gome I'endin Old Sites ef tha Holy City Hava sheet-skihustle past w lemon Rapidly In Last Few Year. in red seller. r ho la rrpurhefl by a pile of hla hubble-bubbl- e Harry Gordon, who has returned yellow fruit smoking hla from w six months' tour of the Holy regardless of trade. Negro porters In laind. and who waa present al the last gray rag elbow women, veiled and unand make way for nn as, led production al Oherammergau some veiled. time ago, give the press the follow- by a ahepberd lu brown rohea with a woman seated on lta bark. ing: "A continuous throng romea and "The view of Jerusalem Is the history of the world. wo wrote Disraeli (Continued on Page Seven) early In the nineteenth century, and he added: It la more common It la the history of the earth and of heaven. And today bi Jerusalem the epitome of aM the' nations la preven'ed, and a airange world la to lie studied within the walls of Zion. .The wall ate still a glorious fad. and most impressively do their ruddy, tawny bastion and embattled summit tower up against the deep bine of tho sky. as we descend the valley of Hin-nothence n ascend the Jaffa gate, where is thp only break in the mighty wall that ut:y rent lorn open between the of David and tho Jaffa safe to allow the cavalcade of Kaiser Wilhelm 11. to enter. , But, In spite of this rent, the sceno of the Jaffa gate Is full of life and color. Bread and rake and fruit sellers In colored robe arc clustered around Hd and under lit vault Jew In pillar, flat bnts hound with fur and lit rounij. purple robes of velvet and ntlk arc hustled hr ragged Bedouin In gear GEO. O. FYPERs f and brown px'ched robes. Turkish in i up regulation fez. halt Leading Tenor With the Sa't Lake a maced plic of at Opera Company. , AS )T IS TODAY. JERUSALEM B THE OPERA SEASON OPENS. Rose Mane. Lucille SKINNER HARRIS, THE BLACK EZRA KENDALL MAHARAS MINSTRELS. E. Jccph n half-veile- d SATURDAY NIGHT THE HOLY CITY; to-ie- r be-fo- 1V1 t WEDNESDAY NIGHT A MILLlOf AIRE TRAMP." WITH .